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Mountain Valley Seed Company offers a great selection of cabbage seeds from cabbage garden seed packets quantities in buld for commercial farmers and growers... all at wholesale pricing.


We offer cabbage seeds in many options including heirloom, treated, non-treated, organic, hybrid and open pollinated.


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Cabbage Copenhagen Market Seed
Price: $5.00-$38.25
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01034P -

70 days. Early, heavy-yielding variety, with 6 to 8 inch solid heads that keep well. Popular for market and shipping. Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.

Cabbage Danish Ballhead Vegetable Seed
Price: $5.05-$51.25
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01055P -

100 days. Recommended by USU. Popular, dependable, bolt resistant with large 8 inch, blue-green heads. An excellent storage plant.  Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.

Cabbage Golden Acre Seed
Price: $1.59-$164.20
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01140P -

Golden Acre Cabbage Vegetable Planting SeedsBrassic oleracea var. capitataBe sure to till the soil before planting cabbage. Cabbage requirs rich soil and close attention.Height - 12 inchesSpacing - 12 to 24 inchesSpread - 12 to 20 inchesDepth - 1 inch

Cabbage Late Flat Dutch Seed
Price: $1.59-$48.66
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Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01279P -

Late Flat Dutch Cabbage Vegetable Garden SeedsBrassica Oleracea var. capitataApprox. 7,000 seeds/oz.

Cabbage Mammoth Red Rock Seeds
Price: $5.26-$65.40
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01315P -

Cabbage Nampa Michihli Heading Seed
Price: $5.00-$38.25
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-16622P -

55 to 100 days. Heading Chinese cabbage, solid cylindrical 14-21 inches by 4 inches diameter, upright head. Dark-green outer leaves well blanched interior, improved Chihli type. Excellent fall crop, sow in July, very well known, accounts for most of the Chinese cabbage grown for the market in the United States.

Cabbage Pak Choi White Stem Seed
Price: $5.23-$173.50
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01401P -

45 days. Chinese non-heading type. Loose spoon shaped leaves with thick white ribs. Tender, crisp and mild. Cold resistant. Approx. 7,000 seeds/oz.

Cabbage Red Acre Vegetable Seed
Price: $0.85-$320.33
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01455P -

Red Acre Cabbage Vegetable Garden SeedsBrassica oleracea var. capitataThis plant with produce uniform round cabbages that are appropriate for all culinary applications.

Cabbage Savoy Perfection Vegetable Seed
Price: $3.91-$17.50
Availability: In Stock
Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-01481P -

90 days. Large drumhead-type cabbage. Savoyed leaves are sweet, crinkled and tender. Large, crisp heads weigh in at 6 to 8 pounds with excellent mild and sweet flavor. Does not give off the sulfur smell other cabbages do when cooked. Cabbage has a short stem and is best enjoyed late summer.  Approx. 8,580 seeds/oz.

A generation of children once believed that dolls come out of a cabbage plant. Others associate it solely with German dishes. Whatever its reputation this vegetable is not what it used to be. The red variety (Mammoth Red Rock) like is the most popular for salads but the green variety like Danish Ballhead is still most popular for sauerkraut and coleslaw and the savoy cabbage (Savoy Perfection) with its mild taste is a key ingredient in minestrone soup. Cabbage is a cool weather plant and seeds are best planted in a seedling bed or indoors in seedling trays 8-10 weeks before the last frost. Like their close relatives brussel sprouts, cabbage shouldn’t be planted in the place they are meant to mature. They need to be transplanted in the course of their growth to encourage a good root system. Cabbage grows best in a fertile firm soil, so amend the soil with compost and firm the soil around the plant when transplanting. Water evenly as uneven watering can lead to split heads. Also to reduce the risk of soil borne disease rotate any cole crop such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and brussel sprouts on a three year rotation with other crops. Beans and peas are good crops to rotate with cabbage as they will increase the fertility of the soil.